FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS!

HOW MANY INVITATIONS DO I NEED TO ORDER?

Rule of thumb for ordering Invitations. Take your intended Invite Count, divide in half and add 25. So if you are thinking of inviting 300 people: 300/2=150+25=175 - Total Invite Order Count is 175 This will give you enough left over in-case after your Responses come back and you need to send additional invites out

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO RECEIVE MY INVITATIONS?

It takes anywhere from 2-6 Weeks after Mock Up approval. Your approval process will take as long as it takes until you are absolutely IN LOVE with your  Invitation.

WHAT DO INVITATIONS COST?

Invitation Packages start at $500 and go up form there. All of our invitations are based on the number you order and the extent of the amount of embellishments you add. I provide you with the best cost possible so you are not paying more for a smaller amount. I will also work with you on your budget. Contact me for a Specialized Quote.

HOW MUCH IS POSTAGE?

Postage will consider 2 factors - Size and Weight! Square Invitation will add a service charge ($0.16-0.23). Raised Embellishments such as Rhinestone Buckles and Large Ribbon Bows will add a non machinable charge ($0.16-0.23).

WHAT IS INCLUDED IN AN INVITATION PACKAGE?

All Invitation Packages include your Invitation & RSVP Card with 2 Envelopes and Envelope Addressing. Additional Cards and Envelopes can be added on.

DO MY INVITATIONS COME ASSEMBLED OR IS SOME ASSEMBLY REQUIRED?

Yes, Invitation Packages will come fully assembled. Complete mailing service is also available for a flat rate of $350.

WHEN SHOULD I SEND OUT MY INVITATIONS?

Traditionally, invitations go out eight to ten weeks before the wedding—that gives guests plenty of time to clear their schedules and make travel arrangements if they don't live in town. If it's a destination wedding, give guests more time and send them out four-six months ahead of time. Most couples also send out save-the-date cards. They go out at six to nine months.

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